Adds Firebug-like XHR console view details to Chrome
Chromonocle is an easy-to-use XHR (ajax) request inspector designed specifically for Chrome. It seamlessly brings the convenient XHR request inspecting functionality found in Firebug to the Chrome console. Chromonocle allows developers to see all the important info about ajax requests without ever leaving the console tab.
- (2019-03-15) Joe Jansen: right clicked. Went to XHR, made sure it was enabled. Nothing
- (2018-07-12) Farhan Ghani: Not working broken
- (2018-04-14) Afif Pratama: thanks
- (2018-03-29) Cakara bytara: manatap
- (2017-12-15) Alysha Kester: There's no way to activate this thing.
- (2017-08-22) Biman Dash: nice
- (2017-02-01) Sammy Rdguez: muy util y profesional
- (2017-01-28) Flink Produkties: amphtml/LICENSE
- (2016-10-12) Bagus M: sangat membantu ketika ingin merubah/ melihat halaman web
- (2014-11-03) David Costa: Esse aqui e realmente útiu
- (2014-10-17) Sander Quirynen: Works very well!
- (2014-06-16) Joel Kemp: Brings the best of Firefox to Chrome. Love it!
- (2014-03-10) Justin Medoy: Awesome
- (2014-03-10) David Fox: Awesome!! A must have for any dev work involving ajax requests.
- (2017-11-03, v:0.0.1) does not worl
Right click and hit inspect is not a right way to use.How can you get the score of 4.5?
- (2017-08-05, v:0.0.1) Abra Alexander: does not work
hit inspect and only regular chrome inspector comes up, what does your app do differently from the native inspector?
- (2017-07-25, v:0.0.1) Camilo González: not loading
cannot load the inspector
- (2017-05-11, v:0.0.1) Brian Leach: clicking button should inspect current page
when clicking the chrome menu icon it should simply open the console like firebug. having to right click and select inspect is an unnecessary step.
- (2017-04-26, v:0.0.1) remote one: Does not work.
Does not work. Added to Vivaldi but how do you launch it? No quick-launch button.
- (2017-04-17, v:0.0.1) Marcin Wysmułek: Doesn't work
How to activate this tool?